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11th Apr '16 2:27:19 PM Willbyr
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* ''{{Shuffle}}'' and ''SHUFFLE! Memories'', though most fans [[FanonDiscontinuity discard]] ''Memories'' as a sequel because episodes 1-11 were merely thematic recaps of each character's relationship with Rin a la ''ToHeart2'', with episode 12 being the only episode having [[FanService original material]].

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* ''{{Shuffle}}'' ''VisualNovel/{{Shuffle}}'' and ''SHUFFLE! Memories'', though most fans [[FanonDiscontinuity discard]] ''Memories'' as a sequel because episodes 1-11 were merely thematic recaps of each character's relationship with Rin a la ''ToHeart2'', ''VisualNovel/ToHeart2'', with episode 12 being the only episode having [[FanService original material]].
11th Apr '16 10:46:23 AM Willbyr
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* ''Manga/NatsumeYuujinchou's'' second season had ''Zoku'' tacked on to the beginning of its name, similar to the second season of ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei''.

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* ''Manga/NatsumeYuujinchou's'' The second season of ''Manga/NatsumesBookOfFriends'' had ''Zoku'' tacked on to the beginning of its name, similar to the second season of ''Manga/SayonaraZetsubouSensei''.
9th Apr '16 11:09:18 AM Morgenthaler
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** Used by Kevin Bishop on his Channel 4 sketch show, when spoofing unnecessary sequels: ''SchindlersList 2: Electric Boogaloo''

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** Used by Kevin Bishop on his Channel 4 sketch show, when spoofing unnecessary sequels: ''SchindlersList ''Film/SchindlersList 2: Electric Boogaloo''
27th Mar '16 6:44:34 AM SkaroManiac
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** WWF WrestleMania, followed by WWF WrestleMania 2, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, [[ThirteenIsUnlucky 13]], XIV, XV, [[{{Trope2000}} 2000]] (actually the 16th incarnation; go figure), [[NoPronunciationGuide X-Seven (pronounced "Seventeen"), and X8 (pronounced "Eighteen").]]
** After the name-change to World Wrestling Entertainment, they had WWE WrestleMania XIX, XX, 21, 22, 23, XXIV, "WWE 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania" (aka XXV), XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, 29 (aka "NY NJ"), and XXX.
** Following Wreslemania XXX the events used symbols, resulting in 'Wreslemania Play Button' and 'Wrestlemania Star'.

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** WWF WrestleMania, [=WrestleMania=], followed by WWF WrestleMania [=WrestleMania=] 2, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI, XII, [[ThirteenIsUnlucky 13]], XIV, XV, [[{{Trope2000}} 2000]] (actually the 16th incarnation; go figure), [[NoPronunciationGuide X-Seven (pronounced "Seventeen"), and X8 (pronounced "Eighteen").]]
** After the name-change to World Wrestling Entertainment, they had WWE WrestleMania [=WrestleMania=] XIX, XX, 21, 22, 23, XXIV, "WWE "[[{{WritersCannotDoMath}} WWE The 25th Anniversary of WrestleMania" WrestleMania]]" (aka XXV), XXVI, XXVII, XXVIII, 29 (aka "NY NJ"), and XXX.
** Following Wreslemania XXX [=WrestleMania=] XXX, the events event logos stopped using numbers altogether (elsewhere they are distinguished using Arabic numerals) and instead used symbols, resulting in 'Wreslemania fans calling the events "[=WrestleMania=] Play Button' Button" (31), "[=WrestleMania=] Star" (32) and 'Wrestlemania Star'."[=WrestleMania=] Sun" (33).
21st Mar '16 3:57:44 AM Adept
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* The second season of ''HidamariSketch'' is ''HidamariSketch x365'' (pronounced "san-roku-go" or "three-six-five". The third season is "HidamariSketch [[LuckyCharmsTitle x***]]" (pronounced "hoshimittsu" or "three stars").

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* The second season of ''HidamariSketch'' ''Manga/HidamariSketch'' is ''HidamariSketch ''Hidamari Sketch x365'' (pronounced "san-roku-go" or "three-six-five". The third season is "HidamariSketch "Hidamari Sketch [[LuckyCharmsTitle x***]]" (pronounced "hoshimittsu" or "three stars").
5th Mar '16 1:18:26 AM Luc
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* The trope is named for the movie ''Film/Breakin2ElectricBoogaloo''. The subtitle struck many as hilarious (incidentally, the "electric boogaloo" is an actual style of dance), and since then, "Electric Boogaloo" has been used as a spoof subtitle for a sequel to just about anything, especially a sequel perceived or expected to be of inferior quality, or sequels with unwieldy subtitles.

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* The trope is named for the movie ''Film/Breakin2ElectricBoogaloo''. The subtitle struck many as hilarious (incidentally, the "electric boogaloo" is an actual style of dance), and since then, "Electric Boogaloo" has been used as a spoof subtitle for a sequel to just about anything, especially a sequel perceived or expected to be of inferior quality, felt to be unnecessary, or sequels with unwieldy subtitles.
4th Mar '16 6:36:49 PM Dere
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** The names got confusing between the 9x and NT kernels in the 2000 releases. The 9x releases first go Windows 95 -> Windows 98, and NT goes Windows NT 3.1 -> Windows NT 3.5 -> Windows NT 3.51 -> Windows NT 4.0. So far so good. After that, we got Windows 2000 which, despite its name being a clear continuation of the 9x naming convention, is a continuation of the ''NT'' kernel and is not intended for the general public, being a high-end OS like previous NT versions. And right after that, we got Windows ME, which was the next 9x-based version, even though its name is somewhat closer to the NT naming convention ("Windows" followed by a two-letter acronym).
22nd Feb '16 12:01:42 PM glassbooks
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** The fourth in the franchise is simply called {{The Predator}}.
15th Feb '16 1:11:54 AM BilgeRat
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** Following Wreslemania XXX the events used symbols, resulting in 'Wreslemania Play Button' and 'Wrestlemania Star'.
13th Feb '16 9:49:14 PM Kalmbach
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* Unlike every other manufacturer of diesel locomotives in the United States, [=ElectroMotive=] assigned model numbers without any reference to their product's capabilities i.e. horsepower or number of drive axles, except for the very earliest models and a few switchers. Numbers were skipped without any apparent pattern, resulting in the FT being followed by F3, F7, and F9, although there were models E1-E9. The GP series had 7, 9, 15, 18, 20, 28, 30, 35, 38, 39, 40, 49, 50, and 60, while the SD series model numbers are 7, 9, 18, 24, 28, 38, 39, 40, 45, 50, 60, 70, 75, 80, and 90. And this doesn't even begin to cover the variations within each model, designation for rebuilt models, special features, or models built for export.
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